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Re: The Classic Browser... at last!

Postby Get Real! » Tue Apr 04, 2017 12:49 am

Are you some lazy-arse bitch lying down while reading the forum? :?

Well that’s only because you CAN! :lol:

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Re: The Classic Browser... at last!

Postby Get Real! » Tue Apr 04, 2017 3:01 am

Tsuki, (our fictional Classic Browser user) has discovered the fascinating joy of watching LIVE Internet TV upside down! 8)

…because he CAN! :D

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* Stay tuned for more fascinating stories coming directly from our imaginary users! 8)
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Re: The Classic Browser... at last!

Postby Get Real! » Sat Apr 08, 2017 5:14 pm

New version v1.5 of the Classic Browser is imminent…

And remember, unlike Chrome, FireFox or Edge, the Classic Browser does not allow any form of history, trends, statistics, tendencies, patterns, or details of user activity to be written to the user’s hard disk so forensic software CANNOT extract any information about your browsing activities simply because there is nothing there to extract!

Also, when users navigate from site to site the Classic Browser always ensures that no information of your previous location is carried over to the next, as well as sending a “Do not track” in all request headers regardless. (<-- DNT sending starting from v1.5). It also specifically disallows Google servers from snooping (by obstructing them) and major privacy violators; like Google Analytics, will be most unhappy when people are online via this browser.

Furthermore, the Classic Browser is NON-programmable to developers so it cannot serve as a Trojan horse to malicious “apps” such as search redirectors that popular programmable browsers often suffer from. Nobody can modify the behavior of this browser except for the user via the harmless browser options.

The Classic Browser is indeed an impenetrable bastion of liberty, security, speed, efficiency and power.

It’s by no accident that the browser’s motto is…

“Designed to serve YOU not corporations!”

And you’d better believe it! :wink:
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Re: The Classic Browser... at last!

Postby Get Real! » Sat Apr 08, 2017 5:56 pm

Future wish list…

I’m looking into introducing a Skype-like service into the browser. Basically, you’ll be able to connect with any other Classic browser user in a browser tab without membership accounts, etc.

When someone calls you you’ll get a message popping up that looks like…

“<Peter> from <Limassol> is requesting a video conference”

And you’ll be able to decide with options like…

“Accept”, “Postpone --> Set time”, “Deny”, “Deny & Block”

Or when you are the one making a call you’ll be able to select the person from your list of added friends like…

Video conferencing friends:

1. <Peter> from <Limassol>
2. <Jason> from <London>
3. <Anna> from <Frankfurt>
4. <Roger G> from <Valletta>


This feature is not easy to implement but I’m hopeful that I’m gonna pull through and get it done (lots of research ans study), I may use WebRTC technology or something else I have in mind.

Unlike Skype, I will keep it short, sweet and simple (ie: one on one calling only) and with very basic options because after all it’ll just be an extra within a browser but it *will* work fast and reliably.

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